Chinese semiconductor company that infiltrated Taiwan convicted

Corruption 09/16/22, 04:17

Taiwan has become the essential semiconductor manufacturing industry in the world, chosen by several leaders in the manufacture of devices, such as Samsung, Google, and Apple. Chinese companies, however, have lagged and, even with great efforts, have not been able to catch up. Taiwan's success and expertise in the semiconductor industry ...

Chinese drones invade Taiwan skies: Another form of CCP intimidation

Tech 09/15/22, 18:57

The Chinese Communist Party's harassment of Taiwan takes many forms.  Over the past month, about 30 drones have entered Taiwanese airspace and flown over two small islands off Taiwan's southern coast. On September 12, the Taiwanese military announced that a suspected Chinese drone entered restricted waters around Cao Yu's Kinmen island. The ...

Former hacker who worked for Twitter denounces Chinese infiltration

Media 09/15/22, 16:58

This Tuesday, Sept. 13, Peiter Zatko testified before a Senate Committee as part of a complaint he filed warning about Twitter's security failures. In his testimony, Zatko said Twitter's security precautions were so deficient that if an intelligence agency had not infiltrated the company, "most likely it's not doing its job." "I ...

Huawei’s dark future

Canada 08/25/22, 16:22

In recent years, the Huawei company has been at the center of controversy due to its ties with the Chinese Communist Party. The international community found Huwaei to be a tool of the CCP for obtaining classified information, technology theft, and spying on officials of different governments. As a result, the ...

Top security alert: Huawei may have stolen valuable US nuclear weapons information

Insights 07/26/22, 16:16

Over the past decade, an unprecedented escalation in Chinese espionage cases on U.S. soil has been detected. Consequently, a series of counterintelligence activities were unleashed by federal law enforcement agencies, who confirmed the intentions of the Chinese communist regime to illegally obtain valuable information from both U.S. citizens and U.S. ...

China’s 7nm chip a copy of Taiwanese TSMC design, report

Tech 07/24/22, 22:45

China reportedly has produced a close replica of a high-end chip made by Taiwanese foundry giant TSMC. In a report on July 22, industry watchdog TechInsights suspected that China’s SMIC may have produced a MinerVa Bitcoin Miner system on chip (SoC) using a process node of 7-nanometer technology, mimicking that mastered ...

Digital yuan failure: After 8 years, Chinese prefer other payment apps

Tech 07/23/22, 02:42

According to Nikkie Asia, China has expanded the use of digital yuan in 23 cities across the country, accounting for one-fifth of the world's most populous nation.  It has been eight years since China's central bank initiated the pilot digital yuan program, but it still faces difficulty convincing people to use ...

US semiconductor main booster of Beijing’s AI advances

Tech 07/22/22, 04:19

The Chinese military is making strides in its Artificial Intelligence endeavor, mainly because of leveraging foreign chips, primarily American. The Center for Security and Emerging Technology at Georgetown University (CSET) said in a June research paper that the Chinese army is placing orders for AI chips designed by U.S. companies and ...

Shenzhen-made GPS tracker exposes car to hijackers, report

Tech 07/22/22, 03:46

Car owners in 169 countries should immediately check their GPS tracker device for potential risks of remote hijackers.  Researchers of Boston-based cybersecurity firm BitSight have warned that GPS tracking model MV720 has a defection that would let attackers abruptly cut fuel of moving cars, learn about their real-time location, and spy ...

China’s electric vehicle explosions, 7 electric vehicles caught fire per day

Morality 07/20/22, 02:34

In recent years, China recorded several fire-related incidents involving new-energy vehicles. According to the latest data released by the Chinese Fire and Rescue Department of the Ministry of Emergency Management on April 3, 640 electric vehicles caught fire in the first quarter of this year, up 32% year-on-year. This means that there ...